You Don’t Need A Nice Car To Drive Lyft – They’ll Get You A Car!

In prior years, to be a ride share driver, you needed a car of a certain quality. If you think about it from the customer’s stand point – and the higher % of time a business spends focused on its customers, the better that business is – you want to know the car you are stepping into is safe and reliable. And we’d all prefer the vehicle look good, with no body damage or duct tape attached...

Make Easy Money

Driving Lyft is easy money for me – and it can be for you too. Before I tell you how, let me define “easy.” Easy means the work is easy to do and complete. Please note this means you must first actually show up for work. I work 25-30 hours a week and earn about $1,000 a week. You read that right – I make over $3,500 easily each month driving 3 nights a week. (I am on Colorado’s Front...

Rider Share Driver Shortage Highlighted in Today’s Washington Post

The current shortage of ride share drivers was in the spotlight in today's Washington Post under the headline "Where Have All The Uber Drivers Gone?" In the article, the Post cites statistics pointing to a return to 2019 levels of riders, while drivers continue to be in short supply. They note the supply and demand nature of ride sharing has led to increased payouts for ride share drivers. Its...